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We are talking about merging all the armies in the world
into one large army as a means of eliminating war in the arena of
international affairs. Obviously it is never going to be as simple and
straightforward as that, but before we examine all the difficulties and
hazards of such an idea, let's consider all the possible advantages of it:
The first advantage is the elimination of war (isn't that
enough?) It is clear and straightforward that this would be the case; one
army cannot have a war by itself.
The next advantage is the elimination of nuclear bombs and
all other weapons of mass destruction. It just would not be appropriate to
keep them anymore. It could be the first job of the army to see that
every one of them was disposed of, and that nobody developed and manufactured
them any more.
The army could be greatly reduced in size; this means that
the cost in maintaining it would be far less than the total cost of
maintaining the numerous individual armies that exist today; which in turn means
more money for all the world's other problems.
The army would be in a very good position to deal with
international terrorism; it would already have a ubiquitous presence in the world
and could inherit a multitude of intelligence networks.
The army could police and maintain international borders,
thereby appeasing man's inherent territorial nature.
The army could undertake the job of removing all the
thousands of land mines and other live munitions that are laying about in
some countries waiting for some child or other innocent person to step on them.
The army could enforce international law and other
dictates made by the United Nations. At the moment the one shortfall of
the U.N. is that it has no impartial agents to enforce its rulings.
The army could exist as something to be relied upon in
times of natural disaster and crisis, and as a resource supporting any
humanitarian causes needing assistance.
The army could remain as the foremost institution for the
development of human character, fitness and abilities, ( one possible good
thing to come out of a history of warfare).
Under such an arrangement, countries would remain free to
be able to pursue and develop a diverse range of systems of government and
If it ever turns out to be true that we are under threat
from intelligences from other worlds, (we have been watching cable TV)
then as Ronald Reagan pointed out some time ago: one united world
army would be far better disposed to dealing with that threat than a lot
of disparate armies under different commands.
Do you agree that all these possible benefits make this plan worthy of
serious consideration and effort to see it accomplished?
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